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Reading Cranford in September

As I mentioned in my August Reads and September Plans post, me and two other lovely book bloggers are planning to read Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell together. 356 more words

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The most giggle-worthy quotes from 19th Century Literature

Okay, okay, dear Reader—you got me. Are these the most giggle-worthy quotes in nineteenth century literature? Almost assuredly not. I’m world-famous for hyperbole. I read Emerson once or twice and I think it stuck. 753 more words

Coming up: Border Masculinities and special issue publication

September brings a second invitation to a symposium at Lancaster University – I’ve already mentioned Mobility Cultures, which will be followed two weeks later by… 125 more words

Victorians

Cranford - Elizabeth Gaskell

Title: Cranford

Author: Elizabeth Gaskell

Date Finished: 4/08/14

Re-Read? : First time read

Challenges? : The Classics Club

Overall: 4/5 – rather good

I’d been looking forward to reading this for quite a while – a gentle, rather short classic that I knew nothing about was appealing and I enjoyed reading it.   305 more words

Thoughts

Union County Market Reports - July 2014

When you’re ready to buy or sell a home, one of the first steps you need to take is to educate yourself about the local market conditions. 45 more words

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Dear TZ - What's our Cranford home worth?

Dear Team Zuhl,

After Hurricane Sandy, the recession, and all this talk about short sales and foreclosures, we don’t have any idea what our Cranford home is worth! 79 more words

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